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Wednesday, November 19 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation SOLD OUT

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Session Description: What good is our economy if we don't take the needed steps to make sure it's a thriving and prosperous one? Please join Amy Amsterdam, Director of Innovation, and JoAnne Stewart, Director of Public Policy, for an informative NewCo session as they discuss how the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation is working hard to make sure LA County has the tools it needs to keep itself as a key player in the global economy and whats in store for the future for this award-winning organization.

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Amy Amsterdam and JoAnne Stewart

Director of Innovation and Director of Public Policy, Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation

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Wednesday November 19, 2014 9:30am - 10:30am
Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation 444 S Flower, Los Angeles, California, 90071
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  • Company Description As the Southern California region’s premier business leadership organization, the LAEDC's mission is to attract, retain and grow businesses and jobs in the regions of Los Angeles County. Since 1996, the LAEDC’s Business Assistance team has helped to retain or attract nearly 180,000 annual jobs in Los Angeles County with an estimated labor income, including wages and benefits, of nearly $11 billion. Taken together with the supported indirect and induced economic activity, a total of more than 400,000 annual jobs with labor income of more than $21 billion were impacted, accounting for an estimated $850 million in property and sales tax revenues to the County of Los Angeles.
  • Area DTLA